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Instant Change to Transform your Growth and Giving

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Join the conversation as we invite Peter Strople, speaker and mentor focused on helping the next generation of leaders with "Instant Change" as he shares some insight, thought leadership and success stories for how to instantly transform your organization's growth and giving.

About the Guest

Peter Strople has been called “One of the World’s Great Rainmakers", “The Most Connected Man in America,” and “One of the Most Connected People in the World.” and with all those accolades, he still understands the importance of real, one-on-one relationships with others. 

Since 2000 he advises and mentors executives and political leaders around the world. 

Considered one of the Top Business Strategists dealing with “Instant Change,” Peter has developed unique techniques to address and refocus a company’s strategy in a few hours versus a few months.

He has been Chairman Board and Director of many organizations Refuge House, Texas School of the Deaf Foundation, Marbridge Foundation, Kairos, Texas Casa, Starlight. Currently Advisors to IDA, Axelo, Axen, Fitch Fuel, Castle CNC, University of Texas HDO Masters Program. 

In 2008, he created “Friends of Peter” to bring business and community leaders together to effect “Instant Change” as it relates to the critical business and social needs of a community or country. 

Peter is passionate about children’s issues, combating child abuse, supporting foster care, and reforming education. From 2003-2007, he and his wife, Kelly, housed 16 people in their home with the goal of helping those families get out of debt and establish a new foundation for the future. 

Peter and Kelly have three children and live in Austin, Texas.

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